Could You Be Getting a Better Night's Sleep On a Different Mattress?

By: Katie Ormsby

Could You Be Getting a Better Night's Sleep On a Different Mattress?
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About This Quiz

The average person spends 33 years of their life in bed, according to "HuffPost." Only 26 of those years are spent actually sleeping. The other seven are spent trying to fall asleep. Finding the best mattress for your needs might be just the thing to help you fall asleep faster. And considering how much time you spend in bed, it's essential to periodically evaluate how your mattress is working for you. 

If you've found yourself tossing and turning or waking up groggy, it's time to consider replacing your mattress. With so many choices from memory foam to pillow top, it can be tricky to figure out your ideal type of mattress, though. You must take into account your sleeping habits and comfort preferences. Answer these 10 questions and we'll help you find the right mattress for a better night's sleep.

mattress 2 Does it take you longer than 20 minutes to fall asleep?
Yes
No
Sometimes
I don't know.

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mattress 3 Do you wake up with aches and pains?
Yes
No
Sometimes
I don't know.

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mattress 4 Do you replace your mattress every seven years?
Yes
No
Sometimes
I don't know.

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mattress 1 Are you still tired when you wake up?
Yes
No
Sometimes
I don't know.

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mattress 5 Do you wish you had a different type of mattress?
Yes
No
Sometimes
I don't know.

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mattress 6 Do you get less than six hours of sleep a night?
Yes
No
Sometimes
I don't know.

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mattress 7 Do you toss and turn?
Yes
No
Sometimes
I don't know.

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mattress 8 Are you a side sleeper?
Yes
No
Sometimes
I don't know.

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mattress 9 Do you prefer firm mattresses?
Yes
No
Sometimes
I don't know.

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mattress 10 Do you sleep better somewhere other than your own bed?
Yes
No
Sometimes
I don't know.

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